What do you understand by the term bleeding disorders? Do they sound complicated?

With respect to modern science and its developments, bleeding disorders are those that arise from deficiency in any of the cascade of clotting factors that facilitate timely clotting of blood, resulting in improper clotting of the blood and thus continuous outflow of blood. They may include common complaints in deficiency of vitamin k to drastic areas of Hemophilia.

According to Ayurveda, Rakta Pitta or excessive bleeding diseases belong to a very important category of diseases, which arise due to the simultaneous aggravation in the Pitta and Rakta entity. The aetiology for this condition makes an appearance as excessive consumption of alkaline, pungent, sour, salty food substances including excessive radish, garlic and all other by which the Pitta entity gets escalated. Here Pitta is one among the three humours of the body while Rakta is the tissue blood element.

The actual pathogenesis of this disease is a little complicated. For this disease is understood as the complication of Jwara or fever. The uncontrolled heat generated during a Jwara, vitiates the Pita entity which also is flaming by nature. The similarities in the properties creates a surge in pitta which further breakdown other corresponding tissue elements and expands their quantity without quality improvement. This abundant quality of pitta that resembles Rakta finds its route through all other openings of the body. Thus forming the disease RaktaPitta.

Planet Ayurveda’s combinations for Bleeding disorders

Among the many Ayurvedic formulations explained across the classics, there are a few that excel in their function to curb bleeding aliments mentioned in Charaka Samhita Chikitsa Sthana and RasaRatna Samuchayam prepared by Planet ayurveda across all over the world and they includes the following.

1. Chandrakala Ras

This multidrug formulation mentioned in RasaRatna Samuchayam includes both herbal and mineral drugs. It includes around 10 drugs which are all ground to a fine paste in Draksha kwath or decoction of grapes. All the drugs used in this formulation have Pitta alleviating and Rakta purifying properties. The cool property of most of the drugs along with the regenerative action of mercury does the charm in curing Raktapitta.

Dosage- 1 tablet twice a day with plain water after meals.

2. Kamdudha Ras

Yet another famous ayurvedic formulation mentioned in RasaRatna Samuchayam. It is a wonderful combination with entirely cold potency drugs that have strong Pitta reducing abilities. It’s a Khalwi Rasayana or a medicine made by trituration. The formulation is advised for all blood associated conditions.

Dosage- 2 tablets twice a day with plain water after meals.

3. Sheesham swaras

The juice of Sheesham or Dalbergia sissoo is a wonderful single herb with Pitta reducing properties. It has an astringent flavour with the same metabolic end effect and cold potency which is characteristic for Pitta reducing. Even though this is not prevalent as a single drug formulation, it is used with other prominent formulations that act against bleeding disorders.

Dosage- 2 tsp twice a day with plain water after meals.

4. Sphatik Bhasma

Spatika or commonly called Alum, a silicon aluminium compound widely used in many textile industries. Alum has cold potency with astringent flavour and the same metabolic end effect. The purified alum is incinerated as it is and used in formulations. It is these properties that help alum to reduce the content of vitiated pitta, correct the mechanism and thus stop conditions of bleeding.

Dosage- 125 to 250 mg twice a day with plain water after meals.

5. Mocharas

Salmalia malabarica or called as Mochars in Sanskrit is an excellent oleoresinous gum with Pitta alleviating properties. It has a sweet astringent taste with sweet metabolic end effect, cold potency and unctuous properties. This combination of biogenesis helps to simultaneously reduce both the vitiated entities involved in this disease. Moreover the gum like appearance of the extract has Stambana or the ability to stop a flow. This property can be used to stop the excessive bleeding from orifices.

Dosage- 1 tsp twice a day with plain water after meals.

6. Bol Bhad ras

A rejuvenative medicine where the core  ingredient is Bol, or the gum extract from Commiphora myrrha. This simple combination of just 4 drugs is often administered to all ailments that have predominance of Pitta especially those involving pre vaginal untimely bleeding. Despite having hot potency the drug helps to considerably reduce the acumination of the Pitta factor and thus reduce bleeding complaints.

Dosage- 1 tablet twice a day with plain water after meals.

7. Mukta pishti

Mukta is nothing but sea pearl. The  purified and incinerated pearl is ground into fine paste for 21 days with Gulabi arka or rose water extract to obtain an ideal Muka Pisti. This drug is predominant in cold potency with astringent flavour a perfect combination for pitta reducing capabilities. Usually it is again not preferred as a single drug administration in Ayurvedic system of medicine for bleeding disorders, but widely used in the Unani system of Indian medicine.

Dosage- 125 to 250 mg twice a day with plain water after meals.

8. Rajat bhasma

The incinerated silver metal is Rajat bhasma. It might be absurd that even metals could be used in Ayurveda without harming the body. Silver has cold potency with an astringent flavour that has Pitta alleviating properties. Rajat bhasma is administered with honey according to the digestive power of the consumer.

Dosage- 125 mg once a day with plain water after meals.

9. Nagakesara

The flower of Mesua ferrea is one among Chaturejatha, the four spice contentments. Despite having Tiksha or piercing ability it does not increase the Pitta content of an individual.  Even though it is not so encouraged as a single drug combination, it is widely used in many formulations for its pitta alleviating and blood purifying capacity. It helps to relieve pain and inflammation and provide symptomatic relief in all bleeding disorders.

10. Lodra

Symplocos racemosa is abundantly used in Ayurveda for it belongs to Sonitha Parsadaan or those drugs that stop bleeding. It has an astringent flavour with cold potency and astringent metabolic end effect. This property helps to reduce the main villain in this disease, the Pitta and the cold potency normalises the Rakta entity as well. Moreover it helps to relieve localised swelling and other manifestations. Lodra is again not used well as a single drug even though their use is more predominant in traditional medicine systems.

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All the above mentioned formulations help to reduce, stop and prevent bleeding diseases in their own way, by approaching to cut the pathogenesis process. It is important to know that the combinations should only be administered under the guidance of an ayurvedic physician only and none should be consumed as per free well, for it will cause serious complications.

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Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Dr. Vikram Chauhan (MD - Ayurveda) is the CEO and Founder of Planet Ayurveda Pvt. Ltd. He is Author of the Book "Ayurveda – God’s Manual For Healing". He is an Ayurveda Expert Serving People worldwide through all the Possible Mediums, Operating from Main Branch in Mohali, India. With his Vast Experience in Herbs and their Applied Uses, he is successfully treating Numerous Patients suffering from Various Ailments with the help of Purest Herbal Supplements, Diet, and Lifestyle, according to the Principles of Ayurveda. For More Details, visit www.PlanetAyurveda.com.

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